WTF?!? its a tattoo and u all should be ashamed if it is true it was for her friend who passed away i got one in memory of my husband who had passed it is the best way to remember someone who died in a tragic situation u look at it everyday and it reminds u of them and it is a good feeling so u all should stop and thin…k of the meaning of something before u trashy it and its not a naked man or something obscene it say just breath i mean common
how is this trashy at all? it’s important to her and its in support of a good cause. it’s not a tramp stamp & it’s not a freaking butterfly, it’s beautiful, and discrete. I think it’s personal and bold of her. She’s not a pre-teen anymore guys, she’s nearly an adult. She can make up her own mind about things.
The people defending the tattoo need to realize that the majority of people believe that those who’ve chosen to get a tattoo are trashy. Sorry, but true. You can complain about it all you want, but that doesn’t make it any less true. You’ve made a bad choice and people think you’re trashy.
Ok let me clear up a few things on here, The cystic fibrosis’ foundation slogan is “just breath”, the thing that is sticking out of her bathing suit is in fact the little insert that comes in bathing suit tops that a. hold the shape of the top, and b. give extra layer so that your nipples aren’t poking through, I can’t stand Miley Cyrus, but for crying out loud, get off the girls back, its a tattoo…its not the end of the world, I have three myself, I don’t have a tramp stamp, I am a college student in school right now for a career in the health care industry, I wear bathing suits like that and haven’t felt the need to get implants because of the little bit of extra padding, I was 18 when I got my first tattoo and am now almost 26, it hasn’t wrecked my life, people still take me seriously, I have an extremely high IQ, and am very successful at everything that I apply myself to and have to this point never felt the need to defend people that have tattoo’s, but this is getting ridiculous and makes me wonder what sort of people you all are that can’t get a life and let someone else live theirs.
Is it just me, or is that possibly the dickiest thing to say to a person with cystic fibrosis, dead or alive?
I mean, I can just see her friend up in heaven thinking “Just breathe? Really? Easier said than done, bitch.”
It’s just about as tasteful as getting a tat for your friend with cerebral palsy that says, “Just walk normal already.”
I mean, reealllly.